Profoto D2 1000Ws AirTTL Monolight

BH #PRD2A1000 • MFR #901013
Profoto
Profoto D2 1000Ws AirTTL Monolight
Key Features
  • 1000Ws Monolight, 300W Modeling Lamp
  • Built-In AirTTL Radio Receiver
  • 0.03-1.2 Sec Recycling
  • 1/50,000 Sec Freeze Mode Flash Duration
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Having wowed us with the introduction of the battery-powered TTL B1 and B2 flash heads, Profoto does it again with the AC powered D2 1000 AirTTL Monolight. Building on the foundation of the popular D1, this light maxes-out the D1 performance specs while adding wireless TTL from the B1 and B2. With the D2, "speed" is the operative word.
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Number of Heads/Lights
1
2
Watt/Seconds
500
1000
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Profoto D2 1000 AirTTL Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Catch the Moment
  • 3Freeze the Moment
  • 4Shoot with Ease Using TTL
  • 5Overpower Any Light
  • 6Control Your Surroundings

Having wowed us with the introduction of the battery-powered TTL B1 and B2 flash heads, Profoto does it again with the AC powered D2 1000 AirTTL Monolight. Building on the foundation of the popular D1, this light maxes-out the D1 performance specs while adding wireless TTL from the B1 and B2. With the D2, "speed" is the operative word.

The D2 1000 recycles to full power in 1.2 seconds, almost half the time as the D1 1000, and in Freeze Mode, achieves flash durations as short as 1/50,000 of a second, outperforming most studio pack systems. That's good news for special effects photographers and sports shooters. It can also shoot bursts of 20 flashes per second so you're sure to capture peak action or several versions of it. In addition, the D2 also supports High Speed Sync up to 1/8000 of a second for photographers who want to stop action or use wide apertures with full ambient light control. The 10-stop power range gives ample choices to achieve your objective.

Besides super-fast operation, the D2 shortens your shooting time with on-board TTL compatibility. Pros who formerly turned their noses up at the term "point-and-shoot" as amateurish will learn to love this technology. Simply set your lights up, set the camera to TTL and shoot. The first shot is nearly always a keeper. The key to this control is the optional Air Remote TTL-C (for Canon) or TTL-N (for Nikon). Operating on 2.4 GHz bandwidth, the wireless transmitter, really a controller, has 8 frequency channels and with 6 groups and a range of up to 330' for TTL triggering and 1000' for normal triggering. Each channel has power ratio capability of +/- 2 stops. If you prefer to use manual, you have 10 stops of power variation.

The D2 also features an enhanced, intuitive LCD screen display. Modeling Light, Ready Indicator, Mode, Sync, Channel, and Group are easily selected through the Settings button. The display even flips around the way your iPhone does in case you're working with the head upside down or hanging it overhead. The D2 has a self-seeking multi-voltage (100-240) power supply for worldwide use, too. Profoto has covered so many features on the photographers wish list that you'll wonder what they can come up with next.

Catch the Moment

The D2 can shoot up to 20 flashes per second. That's fast enough to catch the best of any moment. Ask your subject to jump, and you'll have 20 mid-air exposures to choose from.

Freeze the Moment

The D2 1000 can provide super quick flash durations up to 1/50,000 of a second. Shoot a splash of water, and it will be frozen in midair.

Shoot with Ease Using TTL

Point-and-shoot in TTL Mode using the separately purchased Air Remote TTL-C (for Canon) or TTL-N (for Nikon). Switch to Manual Mode and control the light with intuitive buttons and menus.

Overpower Any Light

The D2 packs enough punch to overpower the available light in almost any situation. Its power is also an advantage when shooting at longer distances or when using larger light shaping tools.

Control Your Surroundings

Profoto High-Speed Sync (HSS) enables you to shoot with shutter speeds up to 1/8000 of a second. Use HSS to shoot with a wide aperture in bright conditions or to freeze action with absolute sharpness.

Profoto D2 1000 AirTTL Specs

Flash Head
Maximum Power2 to 1000 Ws
Power Control10 Stops in 1/10-Stop Increments
Flash Durationt.5: 1/50,000 to 1/1600 Sec
Recycle Time0.03 to 1.2 Sec
Flash Ready IndicatorAudio, Visual
Reflector 77° Fixed
Accessory Fitting TypeProfoto
Modeling Light
TypeTungsten
Wattage300 W
Control ModesFree Set, Full On, Off, Proportional
Sync
Sync TypeCable, Infrared, Optical, Radio
Sync Speed1/1/250 Sec
1/1/8000 Sec (High-Speed)
Wireless Channels / Groups8 / 6
Wireless Range1000' / 300 m (Radio)
Power
AC Input Power100 to 240 VAC, 50 / 60 Hz
Circuit ProtectionAdaptive Thermal Control
General
DisplayLCD
Auto DumpYes
Fan CooledYes
DimensionsH: 7.1 x W: 5.1 x L: 12.2" / H: 18.0 x W: 13.0 x L: 31.0 cm
Weight7.5 lb / 3.4 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight13.1 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)17.8 x 10.3 x 6.6"
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